Scholastic Art Awards

by: Charla Gaglio, Chair of US Visual Arts Department
Congratulations to the following Shorecrest Upper School students on a fantastic showing in this year's Scholastic competition, the nation’s longest-running, most prestigious recognition program for creative teens. Entries are selected for awards without knowledge of the student’s gender, age, ethnicity, or hometown by some of the foremost leaders in the visual arts. Jurors look for works that exemplify the Awards’ core values: originality, technical skill, and the emergence of a personal voice or vision. Gold Key entries are automatically considered for national awards, including Gold Medal, Silver Medal with Distinction, Silver Medal, and scholarship awards.

Ms. Gaglio's Class:
Benny Ames '23: Honorable Mention - Painting; Gold Key - Digital; Gold Key - Drawing; Honorable Mention - Drawing
Lillee Burkett '23: Honorable Mention - Painting
Ashli McKenny '22: Honorable Mention - Mixed Media; Gold Key Mixed Media; Gold Key - Drawing
Sara Rose '23: 3 Gold Keys - Painting; 2 Silver Keys - Painting
Duncan Walsh '22: Silver Key - Drawing

Mr. McDonough's Class:

Claire Bryant '22: Silver Key - Ceramics
Libby Cenedella '24: Honorable Mention - Sculpture
Julianne Lurie '25: Gold Key - Sculpture
Sarah Ellis Morgan '23: Honorable Mention - Sculpture; Honorable Mention - Sculpture
Tucker Simpson '22: Honorable Mention - Sculpture

Mrs. Robert's Class:
Michael Moten '24: Silver Key - Digital Art
Bella Testa '23: Silver Key - Digital Art
Chase Waitz-Miller '23: Honorable Mention - Digital Art
Sofia Winer '24: Gold Key - Photography


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